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3D Modeling pertains to all forms of creating, designing, synthesizing, acquiring, analyzing and deforming geometric shapes in space. The applications are numerous: from computer graphics and the film industry, through computer-aided design (CAD/CAM) and architecture, to processing of point clouds and procedural modeling.
The students will learn and practice common modern approaches to geometric modelling in three dimensions. The course will cover an in-depth, yet wide, overview of the following stages in the geometry processing and modelling pipeline:
In addition, the students will receive a concise, but necessary, background in linear algebra and calculus, comprising the following subjects:
The course will draw material from the following textbooks. Note that they might have different notations or explanations, and in this case the lecture material is complete and the only source that counts.
Lectures and practicals.
Deliverables, midterm exam, final exam.
The students will do six programming exercises in total. The subjects are as follows:
For each deliverable, you will get a grade between 0 and 100, which will be weighted as follows. The practicals will amount to 5(the first)+9x5=50 points, the math exam ("midterm") is 20 points, and the final exam is 30 points.
To pass the course, the student must pass each deliverable (practical, midterm, or exam) by at least a 50, and the total (weighted) average must be at least a 55.
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In order to be eligible for any retake (exam or practical), your grade for the entire course needs to be at least a 4.
The course INFOGR Computer Graphics and courses in algorithms and programming are mandatory.
The knowledge of linear algebra and basic calculus will be very helpful, but not entirely necessary; we will teach some of the basics in the context.